The Earl of Wessex, the young son of Queen Isabel II, will take the place of his mother when giving a speech in General Assembly, in the National Assembly of the Church of England, a fact that increases interest in the king’s health.
The 95-year-old was expected to attend the official speech in person, although she was unable to attend the so-called Sunday, in honor of those who died in the fighting, having suffered from muscle problem.
Isabel II He is currently at his residence in Windsor, outside of London, where he is actually only doing light duties.
Today your little son, Eduardo, attending a service held at Westminster Abbey; The synod opens on behalf of the Queen and will instead read an address to the bishops and clergy at Church House, the seat of the Church of England in Westminster.
The Earl delivered His Majesty’s Message to the Opening Session of the Eleventh General Synod
None of us can slow down the passage of time; While we often focus on everything that has changed in the intervening years, much remains unchanged, including the gospel and teachings of Christ. pic.twitter.com/ajCvRVhh15
– The Royal Family (RoyalFamily) November 16, 2021
According to the General Synod website, among the events planned during the ceremony are a speech by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, welcoming the Earl, as well as an intervention by Prince Edward on behalf of his mother – the supreme ruler of Canterbury Island. The Church of England.
In recent weeks health Isabel II It was a matter of national interest. Before declaring that he can’t be in the act of memorializing those who died in combat this sundayOne of her favorite engagements on her annual schedule, the Queen canceled a two-week trip to Northern Ireland; He canceled his attendance at the Glasgow Climate Summit -COP26- and had to rest for about a month in recent weeks.
With information from EFE
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